Mob Violence

Mob violence, characterized by spontaneous and unregulated group aggression, poses severe challenges to India's social fabric and governance. The rise of mob violence has been linked to various factors such as communal tensions, misinformation, and socio-economic disparities. Addressing this issue requires a multifaceted approach involving legal, technological, and community-based solutions.

What challenges does mob violence pose before the society?

  • Communal and Sectarian Tensions: Religious and communal tensions result into incidents which exacerbate distrust between communities, leading to long-term social and economic repercussions.
  • Spread of Misinformation and Rumours: Misinformation spreads rapidly through social media, inciting panic and violence before authorities can intervene. ....
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